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An extension of django's ListView that provides sorting

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django-sortable-listview

An extension of django’s ListView that provides sorting.

Features: - Works with django’s built in pagination. - Contains templates & css for pagination and sort buttons (or just use the context_data and build your own). - Adds an arrow to show the sort direction on the active sort. - Knows what the next sort is (i.e. if you’re already sorted by title in one direction, clicking on the title button/link again will sort it in the other direction). - Lets you specify default sort for your list (defaults to -id) and for each of the sortable fields. - Modifies the queryset, so your database does your sorting. - Maintains additional query strings (configurable)

Requirements

  • Python (2.6, 2.7, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4)
  • Django (1.4, 1.5, 1.6, 1.7, 1.8)

(Tested against the latest version of each e.g. currently Python 2.7.4 & Django 1.5.12)

Install

Using pip:

pip install django-sortable-listview

If you want to use the provided temaplates and CSS add 'sortable_listview' to your INSTALLED_APPS in your django settings.

To see how to include the css and templates in your application, look at the example project. The css is just standard bootstrap.

Example Project

![Screenshot of example project](/example_project/screenshot.png)

To run the example project. First make sure django and django-sortable-listview are on your python path. For example, from inside a virtualenv:

pip install django
pip install django-sortable-listview

Then from your cloned folder:

cd example_project
python manage.py runserver

You should be able to see the example project at localhost:8000. A database is provided with some sample content. The username and password is admin/admin

Development and Tests

For your development setup:

pip install -r requirements-dev.txt

To run the tests:

tox

You may not want to run the whole tox suite when you are doing development. In this case, uncomment the extra lines in requirements-dev.txt, but please don’t commit these changes. (Suggestions welcome on a better way to manage this) # Change Log

## 0.41

  • Further querystring improvement (thanks @fle)
  • Test against Django 1.8

## 0.40

  • Add support for Python 3
  • Add tox & travis to test all variations
  • Update license to MIT

## 0.30

  • Add support for preserving other query strings (thanks @fle)
  • Make sure tests run in 1.6 and 1.7 (thanks @fle)
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